Apple kills the iPod
Published in News


Only the Touch is left 

Apple has now officially killed off all its iPods, other than the Touch which was more of an iPhone without the ability to call someone.

Apple nicked WARF’s ideas
Published in Mobiles


Jobs' Mob found guilty of being without honour

The fruity cargo-cult Apple, which insists that it invented the rounded rectangle, has been found guilty of stealing a US university’s technology.

Qualcomm fires back at Computer & Communications Industry Association
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Misdirecting regulators

Qualcomm slammed a trade body which commented on its licencing dispute with Apple, saying that the Computer & Communications Industry Association was waging a "coordinated effort aimed at misdirecting" trade regulators.

Microsoft forced into more chip development
Published in Processors


All the AI stuff

It is starting to look like there will be a new kid on the chip block, as Microsoft is being forced to hone skills of its own.

Apple wants to break free of Samsung
Published in News


Will make its own OLED panels

The Fruity Tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple wants to ditch LCD panels by next year and move to OLED.

Foxconn making 200 iPhones a day
Published in Mobiles


Trial production begins


The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a yarn which claims that Foxconn is having a few problems making the new iPhones (7s, 7s Plus and iPhone 8), but it turns out this might not be true.

Intel joins in attack on Qualcomm
Published in Processors


Must obey our new Apple overlords

Intel has joined Apple in its war with Qualcomm over licencing, claiming that the chipmaker had demanded Apple abandon its modems in the iPhones.

Apple content stars Siri with a rock
Published in News


Can things get any worse?

Apple’s god-awful self-obsessed content just managed to get worse.

Apple fanboy forces poor to buy iPad
Published in Notebooks


Support the cargo cult or no education


Chinese authorities and parents stepped in after an Apple fanboy, who happened to be a headmaster, refused to provide an education to children unless they bought an over-priced tablet from his favourite company.

Want a phone that costs $23?
Published in Mobiles


Cheap as chips

The Indian Reliance Jio Infocomm company will soon launch a data enabled phone for $23. And plans that the firm is introducing on the 15th of August will also be a snip at 153 rupees ($2.38) a month.